President-elect Donald Trump’s historically low approval ratings have dropped even more, paving the way for him to take the oath of office as the most unpopular president in at least 40 years.

A Washington Post/ABC News survey released Monday finds that Trump will enter office with 54 percent disapproval and only 40 percent approval ratings, as Americans increasingly criticize his public rhetoric, his cabinet nominees, and his relationship with Russia, among other issues.

The Post reports:

Majorities also oppose some of his major campaign promises, such as the possibility of withdrawing from the global Paris climate agreement or the pledge to ban non-citizen Muslims from entering the country. A plurality of Americans also oppose tearing up the landmark Iran nuclear deal.

Another 60 percent oppose his proposal to build a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.